Rydal Penrhos School is delighted to announce its Peer new Mentor team for the current academic year.
After hopefuls went through an assessment process to judge their suitability for the role, a group of 22 have been selected by staff members following a highly successful trial period.
The team will be on hand to lend support to younger members of the school community throughout the year, while also contributing to a large number of specially organised events for Year 7 pupils, designed to improve confidence, group cohesion and team spirit within the group.
Head Boy Nicholas Fiorita and Head Girl Gowri Pradeep with head the group, which also consists of Upper Sixth Form pupils Ewan Luke, Deputy Head Boy Miles Poller, Grace Ormerod, Rafeez Mortuza and Jenny Blackman.
A large number of Year 12 pupils have also earned positions of responsibility in the months to come, with Zahra Shamsi, Mattthais Fiorita, Sam Jones, Keira Bonnington, Brona Richardson, Niamh Hall, Holly Battersby, Millie Collins, Amy Yue, Iestyn Williams, Eddie Farrell, Kathleen Cheesley, Bijou Rajagopal, Harry Hackman and Orla McGagh rounding off a big team of Peer Mentors to guide and support younger members of the Rydal Penrhos community.
Deputy Head Tim Cashell, said: “This year’s Peer Mentor team have all contributed significantly to the school’s outstanding academic and co-curricular success in recent years, and they are going to be a great source of inspiration to our Lower School group as they look to make their own mark on Rydal Penrhos life.
“Congratulations to all on their respective appointments and I am confident they are all going to thrive with the extra responsibility.”